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Hammond says gloomy growth forecasts can be 'proved wrong'

The Chancellor said Britain must use Brexit to become more productive as he defended his Budget package.
MailOnline

Detroit shop owners hope residents boost Black Friday sales

DETROIT (AP) — Before Detroit’s population bottomed-out and scores of small businesses closed or moved away, the Avenue of Fashion along Livernois was one of the city’s busiest commercial..
Seattle Times

China stocks and bonds sell off on leverage concerns

Dollar mired around October lows after Fed minutes
FT.com

Myanmar, Bangladesh sign Rohingya return deal - reports

Myanmar and Bangladesh have reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding for the return home of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees who fled to escape a Myanmar army crackdown.
RTE.ie Also reported by •Reuters India

Top American counter-terrorism experts express outrage over release of Hafiz Saeed

top american counter-terrorism experts express outrage over release of hafiz saeed
Top American counter-terrorism and South Asian experts have expressed outrage over the release of 26/11 Mumbai attacks mastermind Hafiz Saeed.
All India Radio

Film fraternity is a divided house: Madhur Bhandarkar

film fraternity is a divided house: madhur bhandarkar
Veteran filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar has admitted that the film fraternity is a divided house.Speaking at a press conference at the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) in Panaji on Thursday, he..
All India Radio

Mega mock exercise on tsunami preparedness to held tomorrow

mega mock exercise on tsunami preparedness to held tomorrow
Home Ministry through the National Disaster Management Authority and the Indian National Centre for Ocean Information Services will conduct a multi-State mega mock exercise on tsunami preparedness on..
All India Radio

Behind the scenes at Argos ahead of Black Friday

behind the scenes at argos ahead of black friday
Love it or loathe it, Black Friday is now a huge annual event which sparks a shopping frenzy both in stores and online - and is an extravaganza that rivals Christmas for spend.
MailOnline

The Ashes 2017-2018: Old foes, new fight

Bouncers flew. So did bails. English batsmen ducked and quailed. It was all the wicketkeeper could do to hold onto the ball. But that was on the scoreboard screen, reliving 2013-14 in all its gory.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Cricket: Australia rally late to restrict England

BRISBANE (Reuters) - Australia fought back with two late wickets to restrict England to 196 for four and leave the Ashes series-opener in Brisbane delicately poised on Thursday after the tourists'..
Reuters India

Algerians elect local leaders as oil-reliant economy falters

ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algerian voters are choosing new local leaders in an election marred by frustration over growing poverty caused by low oil prices. More than 50 political parties are fielding..
Seattle Times

Beagle mauled to death by two mastiffs in the park

beagle mauled to death by two mastiffs in the park
Chester the two-year-old beagle had 'chunks missing from his body' after he was set upon by the two mastiff dogs as he was taken out by a dog walker in Eccles, Greater Manchester.
MailOnline

What terminally ill patient told hero paramedics at beach

The heart-warming moment a Queensland paramedic took a palliative care patient to fulfil her dying wish by visting the beach one last time before she passed away.
MailOnline

Jurors raise questions about Brisbane socialite's fatal wounds

A Queensland jury has asked whether socialite Maureen Boyce was stabbed with a "steady hand" as her former lover's murder trial was shown graphic photos of her body impaled on the bed.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

Argentina missing submarine: Loud noise investigated

argentina missing submarine: loud noise investigated
A navy spokesman refuses to confirm whether the 'hydro-acoustic anomaly' was an explosion.
BBC News

WATCH | Ashes, 1st Test: Australia rally late to restrict England on intriguing Day 1

Australia fought back with two late wickets to restrict England to 196 for four and leave the Ashes series-opener in Brisbane delicately poised on Thursday after the tourists' unheralded batsmen..
DNA

San Francisco accepts 'comfort women' statue

san francisco accepts 'comfort women' statue
The move threatens ties with the Japanese city of Osaka, which is a sister city to San Francisco.
BBC News

5 things you need to know Thursday

The biggest news to start your Thanksgiving holiday.
USATODAY.com

Snake on a train: Indonesian kills serpent with bare hands

snake on a train: indonesian kills serpent with bare hands
The train made an emergency stop after the reptile was spotted lurking on a baggage rack in a carriage headed to Jakarta from Bogor, south of the capital.
MailOnline


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